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Jessie Baylin performs live on KCRW.
June 5, 2015 Watch the Nashville singer perform "Black Blood," which exemplifies her seductive, emotional songwriting.
Jessie Baylin's new album, Dark Place, comes out April 7.
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March 29, 2015 The singer-songwriter reconvenes with her longtime co-writer and producer, Richard Swift, to craft 11 seductively seclusive pop songs about motherhood, exile, insecurity and devotion.
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March 2, 2012 Folksinger Jessie Baylin perform in a midday concert from WXPN in Philadelphia.
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Jessie Baylin says she wanted her new album, Little Spark, "to be nostalgic but still fresh and modern."
January 20, 2012 The Nashville singer-songwriter says that pulling off a classic pop sound can mean putting up with technological hurdles.
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September 2, 2008 Firesight, the debut album from emerging singer-songwriter Jessie Baylin, takes its name from the pub her parents owned during her childhood. The CD evokes the classic pop and jazz tunes played at the pub and stands out as a fine first album. Baylin plays songs from Firesight in this session.
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